1625 N. Franklin Street,
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The former Rialto Theatre opened as a playhouse on N. Franklin Street on November 24, 1924 with “The O'Brien Girl” presented on the stage. By 1926 it had gone over to screening movies. From April 1945 it was operated by the Claughton Theaters chain as the Cinema Theatre. It was still open in 1956, but had closed by 1957. It was in use as an auto repair shop for many years, but this was closed in late-2005. The exterior of the stagehouse still retains a “ghost” of the painted sign reading “Rialto Theatre”. By 2017 it was in use as a Special Events venue.
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